Remembering Cameron Rupp

In a move clearly intended to dominate headlines, the Phillies moved right-handed pitcher Drew Hutchison to their 40-man roster, likely guaranteeing him a spot in the Opening Day bullpen. To make room, catcher Cameron Rupp was designated for assignment, ending his tenure as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies. Rupp, in a way, never stoodContinue reading… Remembering Cameron Rupp Author: jackm From Feed: http://crashburnalley.com/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

March 25, 2018
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2017 Phillies Report Card: Cameron Rupp

I don’t know whether it feels like Cameron Rupp has been around forever or just a little bit of time. the 2017 season marked, Rupp’s 5th in the majors, but he only played a combined 22 games in his first two seasons. What it does mean is that the 29 year old will enter the offseason arbitration eligible for the first time in his career. Rupp has been somewhere between…

November 14, 2017
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Series Preview: Phillies at Red Sox

The final Interleague series of the season for the Phillies (53-81) is taking place this weekend, as the Fightins travel north to historic Fenway Park in Boston for a 3-game set with the disappointing Red Sox (61-72) in a matchup of eastern last place teams. Unlike the Phils, who most picked for the NL East […] Series Preview: Phillies at Red Sox Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by…

September 4, 2015
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Nola Shuts Down Padres

Rookie starting pitcher Aaron Nola tossed a gem in the opener of a 3-game weekend series with the visiting San Diego Padres at Citizens Bank Park, leading the Phillies to a 7-1 victory. Nola continued his outstanding work since being called up from AAA Lehigh Valley in mid-July. He raised his record to 5-1, lowering […] Nola Shuts Down Padres Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

August 29, 2015
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Mets Continue Domination of Phillies

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: the New York Mets beat the Philadelphia Phillies. It’s an old joke, I know. For fans of the Fightin’ Phils, it’s getting to be an old, tired joke. Unfortunately, it’s one that shows no signs of getting old for the comedians in blue and orange, who keep […] Mets Continue Domination of Phillies Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

August 27, 2015
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Nola Filets Fish

The Miami Marlins lineup is far less formidable these days without Giancarlo Stanton in it, and Phillies rookie Aaron Nola carved up that depleted Fish lineup this afternoon in a 2-0 victory at Marlins Stadium. The win gave the Phils three straight victories, taking 3 of 4 in the long weekend series. It also left […] Nola Filets Fish Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

August 23, 2015
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Cameron’s E-Rupp-tion Paces Phils

The Phillies used a huge 3-run homer by catcher Cameron Rupp and a clutch 4-out Save from closer Ken Giles to escape the desert of Arizona with a 7-6 win over the host Diamondbacks, avoiding a sweep in the series at Chase Field. While the afternoon temperatures in Phoenix soared past 100 steamy degrees for […] Cameron’s E-Rupp-tion Paces Phils Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

August 13, 2015
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Late Night with Cameron Rupp

Cameron Rupp led off the top of the 12th inning with a solo homer on a 3-2 pitch from San Diego Padres reliever Kevin Quackenbush (1-2), providing the winning margin in the Phillies 4-3 victory in late night Friday action. Of course, it was only late night on Friday if you were with the team, […] Late Night with Cameron Rupp Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

August 8, 2015
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Phillies Blast Braves

The Phillies remained the hottest team in Major League Baseball since the MLB All-Star break three weeks ago, winning for the 12th time in their last 14 games in a 12-2 demolition of the Atlanta Braves at Citizens Bank Park. Who knows how long this hot streak will continue? But one thing is certain: as […] Phillies Blast Braves Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

August 2, 2015
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Phillies and Nationals Split Rare Double Dip

Thanks to torrential day-long rains on Saturday, the Phillies and Washington Nationals took part in a rare doubleheader on Sunday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park. The two teams ended up splitting, with the Nats taking the opener by 3-2, and the Phils taking the 2nd game by an 8-5 margin.. In the opener win for […] Phillies and Nationals Split Rare Double Dip Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered…

June 28, 2015
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